It was going to rain in Florida this weekend so I made a trip to Tampa to check out the Hard Rock on opening day, drove up to Atlanta to get outdoors and climb stone mountain and then down to Biloxi for a bit more gambling. Was going to keep driving around the country but decided to come home as partial reopening needed some work and I figured I would wait a week until more casinos opened and I would get better free hotels. I was at the Hard Rock in Tampa at 6:30 the day the reopened. It was quiet but filled up quickly as the public announcement was for 7. They had opened earlier in the day by invitation. I wasnt able to get a room at their hotel but they comped me at the Sheraton 5 minutes away. It was very odd as everything at the hotel was closed and there seemed to be only 10 guests. The Hard Rock had the temperature camera at the entrance and gave everyone a mask. You had to wear it the whole time so I only played for an hour or so. Also the tables had plexiglass dividers between the players and dealers with a small cut out rectangle at the bottom to make your bets. The high limit area was quiet so I had the table to myself. The dealers and pit bosses were super friendly but I couldnt hear anything they said through the mask and plexiglass. I wouldnt play there again until the mask requirement is gone and no plexiglass. It would also not be fun if you were with a group to play cards. They only had a limited staff on opening night so they cashier line was 45 minutes long. Super busy with everyone on top of each other. Overall not worth it for me as the experience was on the low end though I did exceptionally well playing blackjack. After Atlanta we drove down to Biloxi. The city is trying to catch up so most things were open, just in a very limited way. As an example we went to Dennys and they had a limited menu and were out of most things like OJ, Ice Cream, .... We went to Saltgrass and the baker didnt come in because he made more on unemployment than going to work so no bread was available. Not big in the grand scheme of things, but enough that I would put a trip off for a bit. We had a comped room at Harrah's which was fine. Everything seemed clean and they had a sticker on the door to say it was sanitized. Pool was busy and they were limiting access for capacity reasons. No temp screening going on at Harrahs and no masks required for customers. Elevator was also limited to 4 people but most people ignored. I had a $400 food credit which I didnt use and the restaurants didnt seem that good. I had a $250 table free play available immediately and a $500 travel credit that they gave me after gambling for 2 hours. The table play was given in $50 one time use chips and travel was $100 slot tickets. They didnt ask for receipts for travel and just paid out the full $500. Harrah's gambling seemed fine if you were playing slots but a bit tougher for table games. Since they were limiting blackjack to 3 people and craps 2 or 3 depending on the size of the table they were packed. I had to wait up to 20 minutes to get a spot, especially when just the small craps table was open. Everyone seemed to be having fun, most people didnt wear masks. They were sanitizing the dice after every roll, as well as the stick and positions when people changed. The golden nugget was much like Harrahs but the Scarlete Pearl had plexiglass dividing the table games so I didnt play there.